Stephen Larham does not renew with Monster, will return to Australia
The choice is dictated by personal reasons
The ways of Stephen Larkham and Monster will part ways at the end of the season. Confirmation of the news Straight from the Irish franchise, who offered to extend the contract, which the Australian rejected.
The former Wallabies star, who arrived in Ireland in 2019, rejected the renewal proposal citing personal reasons, so he could return to Australia and stay close to his family. For him, there is talk of Brumby returning to leadership, which he actually coached between 2014 and 2017, when he joined the Wallabies crew chosen by Michael Chica as attacking coach.
Despite not renewing, Stephen Larkham will continue his work on the “Red Army” crew – led by Johann van Graan – until the natural expiration of the contract, hoping to be able to end his Northern Hemisphere experience by giving the Irish franchise a trophy that has been lost for many years.
With Larkham’s imminent departure, Munster opens the search for a new character who can fill the role of the former Wallabies, who took care of the Thomond Park team’s attack. Among the eligible candidates, According to the Irish newspaper The42The current Ireland U-20 coach, Noel McNamara, will be there.
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